Peter Kavinsky Noah Centineo Has Coming Up Next
October 2, 2018
As soon as we laid our eyes on Peter Kavinsky in
, we knew we were smitten with To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before — and, clearly, we’re not alone. In a matter of hours, Noah became the new It Guy in Young Hollywood, and suddenly we were all thirsty AF to find out any Noah Centineo information about him we could find!
Then, just a couple of weeks later,
Sierra Burgess is a Loser dropped on Netflix and reaffirmed our decision to stan Noah hard. Of course, we’ve been watching both of these movies on repeat nonstop, but still, we couldn’t help but wonder what projects Noah’s been working on for the future. If you’re in the same boat, we’ve got you covered. Ready to find out all of the projects that Noah Centi-bae-o currently has in the works? Check it out:
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There's no denying that dating apps have become a staple of millennial culture, and Noah's next flick definitely pays homage to that.
Swiped is all about what happens when a bunch of computer nerds develop an app that's not for dating, but instead, for hookups only.
As you could probably imagine, there's a
ton of chaos that ensues around the college campus once the app takes off, and while this will probably be a very different role for Noah than we've seen, we seriously can't wait. Luckily, we won't have to wait long, because the plan is for it to be released sometime this year, and TBH, there aren't many months left of 2018. Fingers crossed!
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Swiped, another one of Noah's upcoming movies is also centered around a dating app. This time, Noah's character, Brooks, creates an app where he "plays the role of stand-in boyfriend for every kind of situation you can imagine." Umm... where do we sign up?!
That's not all, though! The film will also star
's Riverdale , so we know already we're not going to be able to stop talking about this movie with our BFFs. While we're unsure at the moment when we can expect it to be released, filming wrapped back in April and it's supposed to come out sometime this year. In other words, it doesn't sound like we'll have to wait too long. Thank GOD! Camila Mendes
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Out of all the projects that Noah currently has lined up, it seems like his role in
The Diary is the most different from anything he's ever done before. According to IMDb, the film is set in the 1930s, and Noah plays the role of a man who leaves Shanghai to reunite with the love of his life in Europe. Aww!
Unfortunately, there's no word about when we can expect this movie to be released at this time. What we do know, though, is that it's currently in post-production. So, that's a good sign, right?
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If you're an OG Noah stan, you're probably super excited because, while he's not the main focus in
Good Trouble, a spin-off series of The Fosters, he definitely does make several appearances as the character we've all come to know and love: Jesus Adams Foster.
Want to know the best part? You only have a few months left until the series premieres! At the moment, the premiere is scheduled for January 2019, so in the meantime, rewatch the series and try your best to pinpoint the exact moment you fell hard for the bae of all baes, Noah Centineo.
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P.S. I Still Love You
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Even with all of these Noah Centineo projects coming out, we have to say that our hearts will always stay true to the one and only Peter Kavinsky. That's why we absolutely can't forget to mention the as-of-now unconfirmed sequel to
To All The Boys I've Loved Before, P.S. I Still Love You.
From the looks of it, the possibility of a sequel sounds pretty promising considering fans are
obsessed and there are three books in the series written by Jenny Han. Now all we need is for the powers that be to write up a script, cross the Ts, dot the Is and get Lana Condor to sign on (and, of course, Noah, too)!
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Good news, fam! Noah has just been confirmed to play the love interest of one the angels in the upcoming
Charlie's Angels remake! While there's no word yet on which of the angels he'll be cozying up to in the flick, we do know who the options are.
So far, we know that
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska will play the angels, but there's a ton of star power in the flick. Jonathan Tucker, Sam Claflin, Luis Gerardo Mendez and Elizabeth Banks are all onboard, and Elizabeth will also be directing! Ahh! We can't wait!